Introduction

Welcome to the Anything and Everything Jersey and Winchester abuse case blog.

Please scroll past these initial links to get to the main blog or the post you have come to read.

An introduction is available here:

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/p/introduction_21.html#.U81nBuNdXhE


This is me:

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/p/more-about-me.html#.U81nPONdXhE


This is a statement from last summer:

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/p/statement-from-last-summer.html#.U81neeNdXhE


Here is a link to the four great letters:

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/read-letter-day.html#.U81pF-NdXhE


Here is my psychological report from last year:

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/13082013.html#.U81qVONdXhE


This is my Daily Blog running from October 2011 until now:

http://lifeafterthediocese.blogspot.co.uk/


These are other people's blogs on my case:

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/p/other-blogs-on-my-case.html#.U81oGuNdXhE


and


http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.com/p/voiceforchildrens-blogs-on-my-case.html


and:


http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/p/tonys-blogs.html#.U815deNdXhE


The blog itself is quite broken up, not written in an ordered fashion, a bit mixed up, like I am, talking about Jersey, the Diocese and my life.


Thank you for reading my blog, please persevere if it is at a bitty phase, go back and find what you are looking for in older posts, use the search button, or look at the favourite posts and links in the side bars.

The blog is heavy, I know, but the case is complex and the reality is that it has always been beyond me to get past the trauma and tell my story, so I am doing my best, in bits, to do so, as well as sharing related articles and links.

Basically:

  • I was abused in the Church of England as a vulnerable adult aged 19.
  • I was abused by the husband of a vicar who was also my counsellor, this vicar took me home as a replacement for her stepdaughter who her husband, the girl's father, had abused and abandoned.
  • I was further abused by another church officer.
  • The church tried to close my complaints down, refused to deal with them and left both abusers and those who stood up for them in church positions.
  • The church got me a criminal record for speaking up, they claimed I was harassing them.
  • I had never been in police trouble before, but as a result, I lost my home and job, and was left on the streets, injured by the police and severely traumatized.


  • Last year, years too late and the other side of me being destroyed, and while I was still homeless and destitute, the church launched on me in the National press, claiming to apologize.
  • They also launched in the press, a 'report' into what had happened. This report was hideously inaccurate although it did show how members of church had abused process in not dealing with my complaint.
  • The report, although not naming me, made it quite easy for me to be identified, I was one of very few autistic 33 year old women in the UK on the streets, and enough people who I met and was looked after by, knew who the report was about, and I lost friends and was shunned as a result.
  • I also had strangers condemning and maligning me, it was heartbreaking.
  • Then a church officer associated with my abuser, also in government, released my name and breached the data protection act.


  • As a result of the Press reports and the report released, an all-out war broke out between the Diocese and Deanery involved, with me caught in the middle, I was slandered, I was smeared, I was condemned.
  • The Church offered no help and I became ill as each new inaccurate report and cover up came out, each new damnation of me.
  • New investigations were comissioned, and one was blatantly conflicted, to be carried out by a member of the group who supported the wrongdoers.
  • I have been excluded from all reports, which, to save the church, are whitewashes which cover up the original admissions of wrongdoing.
  • The church have treated me coldly, threatened me, despite them having me illegally traced by police, and have not helped me, instead they made illegal referrals of me to what they called help, without my consent and without checking it would help or what I wanted.
  • I have pleaded with them to stop the harm to me, but to no avail, and I am living in fear, severely traumatized and knowing I cannot withstand the damning press reports and whitewashes forever.




Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Good stuff, the communist or Nazi comment is quite complex but the uppity Anglican who owns the dean is pushed into a sulk! :)


  1. Anonymous22 September 2014 20:16

    The Dean provides an important non-aligned independent voice and spiritual insight within the States Chamber, the Dean make no claims to direct representation, his office seeks to be a voice for all people of faith, not just Christians.

Stop skirting around the issue, and ask the Dean for an interview VFC...

    Good idea Anony @ 20:16

    VFC If you decide to invite the Dean for an interview would you please add these to your list of questions from a person that has not seen a wage increase increase a very long time.

    a. Who paid for the rebuilding of the town church organ costing £250,000 ?

    b. The position of Dean as acknowledged head of the CoE in Jersey, is a recipient state benefits, can he please explain how he is a non-aligned independent voice, as Anony @ 20.16 and probably others claim ?

    c. Do the mature members of Government need lectures on spiritual insight, does the Dean feel that if this is the case they should attend their own churches ?

    d. For what reason was the Dean sent to Maderia after the HG problem. Did the tax payers fund the trip, and if so what was the purpose, obviously not politics as he is not elected.

    e. Dr Gavin Ashenden speaking on BBC Jersey to Matthew Price was asked how much money annually Jersey contributes to the diocese off island, he replied in the region of £800,000 as the Dean is head of the CoE what is the exact amount and could he also supply the amount figure the parishes pay for the upkeep of the churches and other staff expenses.

    f. Is the Dean comfortable living in a mansion and receiving a wage that would help purchase food for Jersey's active food bank charity, does he know Gerry Padden ?

    Gerry Padden, from the Grace Trust, said: "We're quite a wealthy island and we have people who are struggling to make ends meet.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-jersey-26406615

    Tim.
    Reply
    Anonymous
  2. Who's this person who owns the Dean?
    'Our Dean' ? 
    Reply
  3. Jesus ..... a Communist or a Nazi?
    Well there is a little bit for everybody in the "good book" (inc. current editions) but on balance Jesus cannot be accurately described as either Communist or a Nazi.

    Of the two, the bible describes him as far closer to a Communist who was tortured to death by occupying and occupied Nazi regimes. I think it fair to describe him as a deep pink socialist, at the very least.

    After a few decades Christianity was adopted by the (Nazi) regime of Rome and spread thought the empire and a millennia later across much of the world by conquistadors and missionaries and regularly enforced with an iron hand and a sharp blade.
    In more recent times there have been wholesale theft of children from tribal communities so that their children can be "saved", and all too regularly abused and serial raped. Even in [civilised' countries like Canada!!!

    So the Jersey Dean is hardly anything new. Just the local incarnation of the theo-political animal coming in political shades from deep blue to black.

    The christian message is lost to a PR soundbite as cover for the most unchristian behaviours.

    If there is a god, perhaps this is her way of trapping the morally and intellectually weak and the easily led?

    Well, isn't life a bitch? LOL

    I am a right leaning liberal but socialism is nothing to be ashamed of. "Socialism" gives us things such as universal education (yes, even for poor children), Pensions for old people (yes, including those who made little or no SS contributions; which came into existence later) And medical treatment for ill people like Kristina Moore (or did she go 100% private .....within a "socialist" funded hospital)

    So people like the persistent commenter on this thread who seek to use the word "socialist" (or even liberal?) as an insult, are either ........

    .....rather stupid
    or
    .....rather fascist

    This is shocking, but not uncommon as some of the extremes of conservatism, religious-conservatism and neo-conservatism are well into fascist territory.
    Reply
    Replies
    1. If the point of this comment is to make you look clever, you failed...
    2. I am sure he is brokenhearted at that response.

Tim is good at this comments


Anonymous22 September 2014 20:16

The Dean provides an important non-aligned independent voice and spiritual insight within the States Chamber, the Dean make no claims to direct representation, his office seeks to be a voice for all people of faith, not just Christians.

Stop skirting around the issue, and ask the Dean for an interview VFC...

Good idea Anony @ 20:16

VFC If you decide to invite the Dean for an interview would you please add these to your list of questions from a person that has not seen a wage increase increase a very long time.

a. Who paid for the rebuilding of the town church organ costing £250,000 ?

b. The position of Dean as acknowledged head of the CoE in Jersey, is a recipient state benefits, can he please explain how he is a non-aligned independent voice, as Anony @ 20.16 and probably others claim ?

c. Do the mature members of Government need lectures on spiritual insight, does the Dean feel that if this is the case they should attend their own churches ?

d. For what reason was the Dean sent to Maderia after the HG problem. Did the tax payers fund the trip, and if so what was the purpose, obviously not politics as he is not elected.

e. Dr Gavin Ashenden speaking on BBC Jersey to Matthew Price was asked how much money annually Jersey contributes to the diocese off island, he replied in the region of £800,000 as the Dean is head of the CoE what is the exact amount and could he also supply the amount figure the parishes pay for the upkeep of the churches and other staff expenses.

f. Is the Dean comfortable living in a mansion and receiving a wage that would help purchase food for Jersey's active food bank charity, does he know Gerry Padden ?

Gerry Padden, from the Grace Trust, said: "We're quite a wealthy island and we have people who are struggling to make ends meet.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-jersey-26406615

Tim.
Reply

I'm just going to nick comments off VoiceforChildren's blog and see if they object or lynch me

  1. 12:12 "majority of the Jersey electorate are Christian and as such are happy to see Christianity represented in the States of Jersey by the orifice of the Dean."

    I would dispute that the majority of the Jersey electorate are Christian as in being Church-goers and God fearing people. It is possible for people to live by Christian values and morals without having to adhere to any religion, and the vast majority of good, thinking, intelligent people I know and speak to have actually turned away from a faith for a large number of reasons.

    I agree wholly with Sam that this man should not be funded by the tax-payer to sit in the States. I am sure there are many deserving people or causes that could make good use of his salary, whilst he himself could be spending that time more usefully.

    Whilst you have been diplomatic enough VFC not to get drawn into the discussion of what the Dean does, or does not do in the Island, a lot of us have long memories and could actually pin-point an instance where he clearly did nothing, when clearly he should.

    As is proven time and time again religion and politics do not and should not mix.

    Reply
    Anonymous
  2. I agree completely with Sam's view here: there should be full separation of Church and State, and the Dean should not be allowed to participate in debates in the States. However, let's be honest (and I suspect you will get around to this in Part 2), the presence of the Dean is inconsequential when compared to the fact that a significant proportion of full States members (i.e. Constables and Deputies) are "elected" unopposed or by a tiny number of voters.

    I'm afraid I include Sam himself in this category. Sam received 277 votes in a turn-out of 13%. This gives him no moral right whatsoever to lecture anybody about other States members having no right to participate in debates, when he himself was returned on such a laughably small vote.

    I will give him and the other Reform Party candidates a lot more credit if they stand on an island-wide mandate rather than in the deputorial elections. The fact that they seek to bring about fundamental reform of the Island through the broken deputorial system does them as little credit as the establishment's perpetuation of the equally unacceptable system of Constables sitting in the States.
    Reply
  3. Hi VFC,

    Off topic, but have you seen that @politicsjersey tweet today...?

    "Home Affairs Minister says the Graham Power suspension could've been handled better, regrets the cost but says outcome would've been same"

    We are talking hundreds of thousands of pounds wasted and the unblemished reputation of a great chief police officer being unfairly attacked, to cover up the misdeeds of others. It remains an absolute scandal.

    Perhaps you could get Graham Power to write an open letter to Ian Le Marquand, asking him exactly how it could have been handled better? Maybe Ian Le Marquand could have chosen not to hide in the toilet when Graham Power's wife tried to serve legal papers on him? Is that how it could have been handled better, Ian, eh?

    What a total disgrace!
    Reply
    Anonymous
  4. Something tells me the disgraced Home Affairs Minister(s) haven't seem/heard the last from Graham Power yet.
  5. Excellent news.
  6. In fact Graham Power QPM doesn't necessarily disagree with Ian Le Marquand in that "the outcome would've been same." Ian Le Marquand had positioned himself both as prosecutor and judge! What other outcome could there have been?
  7. As with some of ILM's other cases where he is conflicted, including in the church.

Monday, 22 September 2014

This comment from VoiceforChildren's latest blog kind of says what I have tried to say for so long. Voice can lynch me for nicking it

Just to add my own comment, the CofE is a club where wealthy elderly people put their 10% in and look down on others as they believe their membership makes them Christians.

This is the blog post that the comment below comes from:

http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/deputy-sam-mezec-unelected-states.html

Taken fron the Guernsey press comments section. The debate is running in parallel with the Deans position on Jersey.

http://guernseypress.com/news/2014/09/16/parish-right-to-sell-off-rectories-may-be-blocked/

Comments section

Tim South

September 21, 2014 11:19 pm

We have the same problem in Jersey.

As many of you may be aware history tells us that the horny king Henry the VIII had trouble being married to one woman, and the Vatican being Catholic would not allow divorce. Not a problem if you are the king of England so he basically formed his own church, the Church of England and placed himself as it’s head. Then he could and would and did as he pleased including chopping of his wife’s head or imprisoning them.

The Vatican was wealthy and the CoE was funded by the people with the King as the overall leader.

This church has been handed down from Monarch to Monarch through the centuries and now the Queen is boss the subjects fund the church as do the congregations.

It is high time that this historic feudal setup is scrapped for several reasons some of which are mentioned above. Whichever God you may worship, it is your choice, but all religion’s as in the Mormons, Catholics,’ Muslims etc should be paid for by followers. All have charity status meaning they are not obliged to pay taxes.

It is discriminatory against other religions that the tax and ratepayers fund the Queens inherited religion. Why should other religions or atheists have to dig into their pockets to support the CoE when there is no connection ?

The strongest personal objection is that religion is invited into Government in a lobbying capacity and to say prayers and be rewarded by the taxpayer is just ridiculous. I am unsure of the pay in Guernsey but the Dean Bob Key in Jersey receives £26,100 per year in addition to everything else, everything else means a very large newly painted rectory and all utility and accounts paid, plus a recent tax funded trip to Madeira representing Jersey.

This may have been the norm in Henry VIII time but it is nothing short of a scandal today. The big question is why the States members are allowing this abuse of public money.

A comment above says it is not particularly expensive to fund the CoE, I disagree. The Church of England accounts show a portfolio of property, ( the Wonga shareholding has been removed after criticism ) shares and other assets valued at £5 billion.

They can afford to fund themselves, and if they are supposed to be doing Christ’s work how is it that they are sitting on such a fortune, given the amount of starving, poor and destitute in this world ?

That’s a question States members might be asking their Dean.

Bob Hill has some interesting information on his blog.

http://bobhilljersey.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/jerseys-dean-steel-and-gladwin-reports.html

Honourable mention, one brave prat

http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/deputy-sam-mezec-unelected-states.html

This was NOT MY DOING (unless you can prove it)

Interesting article

http://linkis.com/wp.me/woP2u

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Jersey's elections

Very important, a time when nuisances like Higgins are re-elected and people in the UK can't contest that even when he has harassed them.
A time when the same bad politicians are re-elected and no-one contests them, and this time Jersey are likely to end up with Bailhache as chief minister, good luck to them on that one.

Most of Jersey's election has no meaning because no one is contesting it, and the rest, well you have chefs, cyber bullies and all sorts offering to earn a wage in exchange for sitting in the states.

I don't think I will vote :)

Friday, 19 September 2014

flashbacks

As a result of completing 'A walk in the dark' I am suffering flashbacks and distress as well as a minor relapse in the relapsing-remitting illness.
So don't worry if there is nothing new on here, or a load of garble.
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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

flashbacks

Just having mild flashbacks re Jane Fisher's misconduct.

Can anyone explain to me why the diocese ignored my complaints and destroyed me and then started producing reports that distorted what had happened and further harmed me while covering up for Jane Fisher, why was I traced to be further damaged?

Melanie Shaw

Melanie remains in prison as police and legal services continue to mess her about.
She is a vulnerable adult who has been imprisoned presumably because she was abused.
Support for her is rocketing and I have spent a good hour today answering messages about her case.
Thank you everyone for supporting her.

http://timetostartcaring.wordpress.com/2014/09/15/jailed-whistleblower-melanie-shaw-fires-legal-team-due-to-incompetence/
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When Jane Fisher hijacked my friendship with Tracy and Tracy would only see me during my sailing time so I had to choose between her and sailing

From: ***************************************
Sent: Friday, 26 March 2010 21:35
To: tracylecouteur@hotmail.com
Cc: Jane Fisher
Subject: RE:
 
I kind of guessed this set up of you helping me was a trap by fisher, 
it goes like this: pretend to help *****, Tracy not qualified or strong enough and ***** too traumatised, when this does not work, as it cannot, then the church say 'oh look, we tried to fulfil our duty of care but she made it impossible'
this funny new 'help *****' game is ridiculous, the church have not made any attempt to help me before, and have made every effort to harm me, 
I am basically beyond help,
I ask one thing of God, death,
St. Clements and the kindess and trust built up has been destructed by this Key and Fisher game.
 
Tonight I saw my abusers, I needed help,
the help is once a week in sailing time,
it is a church game. 
I want to be free of the church, the church have destroyed my faith and my life and left me with a criminal and psychiatric record that I cannot recover from in any way, and Jane Fisher says I deserve it.
 
I cannot live with myself as a criminal, with my abusers victorious with Jane Fisher's blessing, no matter what I do I will never recover from the incorrect and brutal police actions, there is no doubt whatsoever they have commited misconduct as well as Key and the lying church.
 
Please pray for my death, no one and nothing will help me.
 
now Jane, do your usual, smash me into the ground and cc it to Tracy.


 

My eternal Image of the Church of England :) Caleb!

buffy caleb

Monday, 15 September 2014

Back to the top - by popular demand

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/posted-last-year-conflicted-reports.html#.VBdSRpRdXOc

One has to admit, one likes this :)

http://jerseyeveningpost.com/news/2014/09/13/council-of-ministers-have-been-terrible-say-hundreds-of-islanders/
To: jane.fisher@winchester.anglican.org
Bcc: michael.scott-joynt@dsl.pipex.com, martyn.sanders@winchester.anglican.org
I don't have a future, Jane, you have taken my future away, you and my abusers and those priests who I have complained about who have not beeen disciplined, 
I do not have a future at St. Clements, I am waiting to die,
it is not all ok now, it is not in the past,
I want some sort of action taken about the lying and badly behaved church leaders.
I do not want the action to be you attacking me again and me being called a liar by those people not being disciplined and **** *****being promoted in my own hometown and county.
 
From:**************************************
Sent:20 March 2010 21:52:04
To:tracylecouteur@hotmail.com
I do not know what to do,
 
I feel very sick and wound up,
 
I have gone a bit over the top in telling Key and Fisher to back off,
 
I expect them to retaliate through St Clements,
 
or something,
 
I have simply been waiting for the end for a long time,
 
the happy friendly Key and Fisher are something unnatural and wrong,
nothing will heal what they have done.
 the only way forward from what they did was ever going to be prison or death for me.
I wish I hadn't let you phone fisher but  already knew that you knew things so I guessed it was either her or Key getting involved,
 
please pray for me, physically and emotionally I am really sick now.
I wish for your sake you had not been involved. 

One of Jane Fisher's greatest triumphs making sure I lost Tracy and St. Clements, again, why was the Dean told?

And don't forget, Fisher was already in contact with Tracy, and why, if there was a complaint against the Dean and he had driven me from other churches as he supported my abuser, was he told where I was?

From: Jane Fisher (Jane.Fisher@winchester.anglican.org)
You moved this message to its current location.
Sent:12 March 2010 18:48:04
To: *****************
Cc:Tracy Le C Bromley (tracylecouteur@hotmail.com)
Dear *********

I have had a phone conversation Tracy -  to say she is helping you.

I have assured her and am assuring you that both I and the Dean are very happy that you have found someone you can talk to and that she is able to be there for you.

Jane

Jane Fisher

Safeguarding Advisor

No response from the cowards who are destroying me yet

http://whatreallyhappenedinthechurch.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/tired-of-waiting-for-next-lying-life.html#.VBb8AZRdUhY

links

morning. Links.

http://www.newsweek.com/lawmakers-blast-child-abuse-inquiry-tax-shelter-jersey-269447

http://notthestatemedia.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/le-cornu-state-media-its-not-what-you.html

And the Church of England offer two million that will never be seen, they only offer it to the press to look good.

Catholic Church is believed to have paid out up to £40m in compensation to abuse victims since 2010 via

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Statement

This is to say that I expect to have my home and privacy invaded, my posessions rifled through, evidence destroyed, my computer taken, and to face beatings and detentions.
Not because I have comitted a crime but because I have stood up to the Diocese of Winchester and Church of England, and my experience of them so far is that the police are their own private Mafia who were used to try and silence me and discredit me with failed attempts to have me put away as mad.

Please save and re-publish the blog and make sure that the church in their corruption, dishonesty and abuse of power manage to do the opposite of any form of silencing.

I am going to die at their hands or be imprisoned, there is no doubt of that, their rabid attempts to silence me in Jersey and Hampshire show that there is nothing more important to them than cover up, why else would they keep trying to have a deeply traumatized abuse victim put away after making her homeless, so carry the case on when I am gone.
Hampshire Constabulary are a private Mafia for the powerful, nothing more, and ever since they traced me so that the church who they brutalized and detained me for could go on harming me, I have known without doubt that the church will kill or imprison me.

The Man who will do anything but sort his own corrupt and abusive church out, showing off.

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